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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 0, i!'W)
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WCltNd LAW SI ILL HOLDS
(Mi i IF1.D REMINDS C0N0RESS
SHOULD III: MODII'IUD.
Wot rn Conjrcsimcn llaic Taken no Action
In Repeal Obnoxious Statute nnd
Hie Law Will be Enforced.
i ret 'n
Garfield, in his ar
once more rcininm
i os-4 that the law prohibit
icing of the public dojnaln
imuns on the statute boota
hatwhiloitreniainsjit-imlUltuliarvest a crop aggregating 18,
n forced. lie, however,
it plain that, in the cpin-
t the Department, the sutl-
"c , law, m us present, iorm,
i um i.-o and unreasonable and
'unill bo modified. f)
P! attitude of Congress to
ward the anti-fencing law is di
iliculc to understand. The law,
of course, applies only to the
ihK-lnnd states of the West,
ii 1 t almost every Senator
1 cry Representative from
i-ublic-land .states regards
law as unjust. Notwith
vi 1't ' this practically unani
' i .intiment. Western men
m"1 le no united or conipre
i ivo effort to have tho law
n alcd or modified, and have
i :ely given the range ques
, thoughtful consideration.
i ie anti-fence law has caused
- nd of trouble during the past
years; tho Government has
M nded thousands upon thou
" Is of dollars to compel its en
h uinent; stockmen using the
ib ic range have been put (o
a ry loss through the erection
.i subsequent destruction of
i t feiees, etc. K and some, who
3 defied the orders of the
ts, hnve paid the penalty.
. yet noither the Government
the stock interests believe
aw is a pioper one. Secre
Garfield, speaking of the
i -fence law, says:
I'he enforcement of the exist
law does not meet the need
lie ' -esent time. The law
uiu i j so amended as to reg
' .ie use of tho public range
jh manner as will bo cquit-
to the stockmen in each lo
y. Such a system means
preservation and improve
it of what is left of the great
he few men in Congress who
o given attention to the
i.i'e and fencing problem have
Din to the conclusion that the
public range should be parcelled
( ut under ome sort of leasing
- item, the lessees to have the
l.'ht of forcing sucli of the
uge as may lie alloted to them.
l leasing bills have been re-
.red to the Public Lands Com-
i ittee of either House, where
i r i y have had practically no con-
sdbration, and where thoy pro-
r. i-e to die for lack of interest
FACTS AllOUT OREGON.
,'rom the Portland Jeurnal:
1 he largest treo cut from nn
d-cgon forest yielded 65,000 feet
i lumber '.d timbers, which
ld at an average price of $15
r thousand feet. Thus this one
1 1 ce brought tte mill that turned
it into lumber approximately
I'KX), and there are many other
uch trees in Oregon.
Jt is estimated, and the figures
a.-e reliable, that there is 30,000
00,000 feet of standing timber
in Lane county, and fully an
cKjud amount in Tillamook. Thes"
rtW'j counties lead the 33 Oregon
com ties in otanding timber.
i 'rom an Oregon tree, and there
any number of such trees,
re was cut a "stick of timbbr"
u.chc square and 70 lectin
n'th, free from knots and do-
( rogon has room for mny
iale. ureRt artaii- ot puunc
i-j.r d are available for li unes for
' "here is bne count.v in Oregon,
lri mtilla, which proilucs on an
iv ratreonaner con mnu; lis of
i'i entire wheat r. on of the
Ij ited StMtes In o hor .ord
;'J count 's of the productive
icity "I Umatilla would pro-
Mi 3n i
the wheat grown in
itorhood of American
a moiv undeveloped!
than any other tnl in ,
I'here is one county in Oregon,
jirow.nnd a "little county" it i-
called, which enjoys nn nvorago
por capita, production of some
thing near $400, over nntl above
"liome production" consutnod by
"home people." There nro only
nbout '1000 people in this county.
Oregon contains nnurly two
ant n quarter million acres more
than New York, New Hampshire,
Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhodo
Island, Connecticut, New Jersey
ana Delaware put together.
,' Oregon raises more hops than
;hy other state in the union. It
Cook 40,000 pickers last fall to
1G0, 000 pounds, the total value of
which was $2.59.600.
e n n . mm jtfi "tS
uiiius, ui uv,ui i,uuu aciua, vuuuj',
hill, table and mountain; fertile
lands, largo ranges, vast forests
and rich mmos not half utilized
or dovoloped. Crops never fail
Sherman county's assessment
roll for this year shows nn in
crease in vnlueof $8,013,005 over
the assessment of 1007, or n toUil
Oregon's death rale for U)07
was approximately nino to every
1000 inhabitants, according to the
recent report of Dr. R. C. Yen
ney, secretary of the state bonrd
BEEP PRICUS HICHIER.
Prices we are now getting for
prime beef cattle are higher than
at this time last year by 25 to 10
cents a hundred pounds, said F.
A. Phillips of Baker City, Ore.,
who was in the city yesterday,
says the Bois Statesman.
"There are now 10,000 head
of beef cattle feeding between
here and Weiser. We alone have
2500 head at tho sugar beet fac
tory in Nampa and will probably
ship them west first, begining
about the first of the year. On
account of the high prices of corn
in the east and the fact that
prime beef cattle are bringing
much .higher prices in all the
eastern markets just now, we
may send them in the other di
rection. Glenn's Ferry, Moun
tainhome, Nampa and Ontario,
during the last four monthsjiave
shipped 7000 head of prime beef
cattle to Seattle and a few inter
mediate points. We shipped 200
carloads alone from the littlo
station of Murphy, which were
produced from Duck valley, near
the Nevada line.
Our new doctor had a case of
appendicitus the yothor day, the
victime being a sheepherder. He
niim inin trtwn ami in1 Imilr liie
an,i;nif,. ko,i I,W iwi ni,-
statnee intwo it, he tho't mebbe , l?88'b : tlllK tr-v Il,ul head F
sum sheep dip, and wanted 'dock Chicago storage movement,
to opperate ontwo it. Put when 0 f hc, mo9,t oftonaivo buy
dock found out that the feller ura of utah aml, .I( aho wo1bJs
only had a dollar and 75 dock now offering as high as 18 cents
lol' him to not bother his head
about it, but to save up his mun
ney ontil he got ten $ and then
he wood pronounce it appendici
tis, but that it was not consid
ered professional for to pro
nounce that a man with only 1
seventy-five had the appendici
tis. In such a weakened condi-
tioti of a man's finances nothing
worse than the belly ako could
be rong with him. -RabhHville
Correspondent, Dalles Optomist.
The people of Burns have been
in ii i, i -..
holding special meetings and or
ganizing a movement to Bccuro
for that place the dryland farm
ing experiment station which u
to bo esAjjlished some place in
Eastern 'o'regon by the stato
agricultural college in the near
future. We should like to see
'our friend over thure get their
prijse package, and hope thoy
will succeed. Ontario Optimist,
A CI- i"j-.nia nannvi unuo llinf (Vin
who have full granari. s and pie-
thorie bank account are won-
,i4,m- ,.,1,0. ti. ,;i ,.n,miH-
sion will be able to do to make
farm life inoie attidctie, unless
jt bo to advise the farmer to move
1908 will go down in history as
the gteatest year Oregon ever
enjoyed, and the numerous New
Year und holiday editions of the
tiowspuiiui , of the state will
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u' thou ,and'i ot cuatorn I)eot)1(J- I
.,,,.", j. ,i
A. VVnalor is home from his
liiiieahtwhtre hc sold n bunch
nl cuttle Vale Onano.
WARGHOUSB NOT -CERTAINTY
PROPOSITION DOES NOT MEET
PROVAL 01' (1R0WERS.
Terms ot Acrceincnt Mutt lie Amended
Accordance With Promises Made by
Rcprcscnlatltc ol Chicago Men.
W. II. lNInnss," representing the
Chicago commercial bodies push
ing tho national wool storage pre
position for their city and tho
Chicago mon interested in tho
movement have awakened to tho
fact that their cause is not moel-
iK With "8UCC03S 11
!th "success in UUih.snys the
been made known by correspon
dence received by prominent
wool men. Tho letter frankly
admits that something is wrong
and asks for meetings for tho
purpose of arranging a suitable
With the letters comes the
frank admission that Fred Good
ing, president of the National
Wool Growers Association and
his few intimate friends have
failed to swing the wool men to
the west into line with tho Chica
go storage movement which con
sumalion tho Chicago people seem
to think was assured when the
movement was started.
It is further apparent that tho
Chicago movement and the bright
hued prospects promised for it
are meeting with a certain de
gree of reverse and that a lively
campaign is needed to insure its
success, particularly, in Utah.
From statements gleaned fiom
the extensive woolgrowcrs of
Utah it is further apparent that'
the proposition will not meet with
their support unless the terms of
the warehouse agreement are
amended in accordance with the
promises made by W. II. Manse.
As the matter now stands,
scarcely one of these promises
have materialized intobuilding
agreements leaving only tho op
portunity for the growers to con.
tribute lnrgely'to the building of
an immense warehouse and then
finding themselves at tho end of
three yours out of the amount
With the growing opposition to
the Chicago plan as it now stands
the tide of favor is turning to
ward Omaha where contracts
were proposed which gave the
growers at least an equal chance
with the Omaha promoters.
One advantage to the growers
caused by the storage movement
has been seen in the better prices
offered by the commission buy
ers, who, (lospuo tnoir assertions
to the contrary are doing every
l,ou,m lor nuL VIir H v-
few contracts have benn mnde at
that figure, but still the growers
are slow to accept, despite the
fact that 18 cents is 75 por cent
higher than tho price received
for last year's clip. Tho grow
er's say that if the buyer's can
offer 18 cents now, they figure on
Pront an(1 lllt producers, iy
waiting can get a better price.
Sorne however, realize the part
"e fight against the storage
movement is playing and are tnk-
" the price now being offorad.
Tlinw lmlfl flint- wlirillini m tint
Thoy hold that whether or not
the storage movement wins or
loses, 18 cents is a good price
and they are willing to accept.
Mli-T ' rCT SPECIAL LAW.
There will be no supreme court
commissioners after Mirch 1,
100S), unless the legi'J .Hi-v ieen-
acts the statute creating tho two
offices which w.us passed two
Vnnva ncmnl tlin BABBlnil nf 1007.
a twiWI nnimi.. Tin
si uru to was a special statute pas-
sod for the purpose of relieving
flu, mninmMi.n of hu linosa before
the suproi.iL court. At that timo
it was expected that the constU
lutionul amendment submitted to
the puople providing for an in-
troitsft of the numbur of supremo
court justices from throe to five
would be passed. It was found
however, that the ttmontlniont
whb full of jokers and it was kill-
ed at the polls.
Tho uppointiiient of Will It.
King and It. J. Slater as supremo
'court commissioners has boon a
, , , . . .,. , ,
sreiii luwihiumx-w uiuwiwutim
with their aid tho tribunal has
boon able to keep up with tho
cases brought boforo it. .Tho
law providing for theso commis
sioners, howovor, says they nhall
hold olllco for twd years from tho
time of their appointment by tho
governor. Thoy were appointed
a very short time nfter the close
of tho 1008 legislature and conse
quently their terms will expiro
a few days after March 1 next.
No provision was made for tho
appointment of successors to the
commissioners and consequently
there is no authority of law for
the retention of tho olllco unless
the coming session shnll reonact
Representative MoArthu" is
in mind the submission of a con
current resolution calling' for a
constitutional amendment in
creasing the number of justices
from three to five. Should hc do
so the amendment will carry
nothing other than the bare pro
vision for the increase of the
court, .is it is tho general assum
ption that tho people of the state
onco thoy understood tho situa
tion and know that it contained
no jokers of any kind, would in
dorse tho proposition at the polls.
Illtl CATTLE IIUV.
The purchase of two car loads
of cattle in this vicinity recently
to be delivered at Tacoma, at an
average price of $1.50 a hundred,
reveals an interesting fact con
cerning the supply of beef in the
valloy. The purchaser of the
cattle was Gerry Snow, of Weis
er, and tho Signal of that place
says that Mr. Snow paid the
lighest price that has been paid
in this county during this year.
This purchase makes a total of
five thousand two hundred cattle
that have been by this one buyer
sinco tho first of June, and he
says that although he has opera
led in this nnd other parts of Ov-
egon and Idaho when cattle were
thought to be more numerous,
this year c t!ie banner one for
Tho most striking feature of
this is that there are moro cattle
in tho country now that it is
thickly settled than there wore
when free range was to be liad
by the cattle men. The quality
of beef is better according to
thebuyor, because cattle are pur
chased in small numbers from
farmers who take better care of a
small number than the cattlemen
did in former years. The best
beef animals are those raised on
a ranch and kept on good fresh
pasture and later fattwiod on hay
aim yrain. uninpo upiomiM.
- - - jS
What is the matter with tho
egg crop? That may seem onty
an incident of general production
but wo have as good authority as
tho secretary of agriculture for
saying that tho product of the
hencoop is now nearly as valua
ble'as tho product of tho wheat
field. For domestic purposes it
is much moro convenient. Even
though tho housekeeper may bo
temporarily incapacitated any
man can servo up his own break
fast, with a basket of eggs and a
skillet of boiling wnler at his
A Sp...:.-.cJ .'aiMc.
As a rule a man will feel wqll
satisfied if ho can hobble around
on crutches in two or three
weeks after spraining his ankle,
and it is often two or three
months boforo ho is fully recov
ered. This is tin unnecessary
lose of timo, as by applying
Clmmberlain'B Liniment, as di
rected, i cuij may as a rulo bo
nilecU-d in l.s than ono week's
time, ai'J in many cases within
throe days. Sold by nil good
i Pineiiles for the kidnoys nre
''"le widen globules which act
dirrcuy on Uiu kidneys. Atnal
I will cou . ...c you of quick results
for Backache, Rheumatism, Lum
bago and tired wornout feeling.
JJOday's trial $1.00. They purify
the blood. Sold by The Wi lcomo
Pharmacy, Hums, Ore., Fred
Haines, Ilarnoy, Oi'e.
Tho Now Windsor Mar, under
the ninnngomcnt of Leo Caldwell,
is ope of tho most popular resorts
in Eastern Oi'cgon. Drop in
wIigji you havo n thirst.
Foil Salu A good second hand
Clarinet. Inquire nt this ofllcc.
SECRETARY UPHOLDS SM00T
. Iliiiillnn In forlililrit'ti upon my
plnuit mljoininu (lump Tru-pnt-p-KECOMMfiNIrt
'0N.RESIDENT CLAUSE tr will bu pHituniitd
IN IIKV I'ARAl UlLlr. ! 0l " VOK(ITI,Y
Thought Thla May Serve lo Kill the Meaiurc
Axaln, for llounc Will Not f'au the
ClauieMutt be Eliminated.
A special to tho Oregonian
from Washington D. C, slates
that ono paragraph in the annu
nl report of Secretary James If
Garfield, made public today, may
operate to defeat the pending
820-acre dry farm homestead bill.
Tho Secretary supports tho
Smoot contention for a non-resident
clauso in tho dry-farm bill
the featuro that did more than
nil else lo kill this measuro at
the last session. Unless this
non-resident clauso is eliminated
it is conceded that tho dry-farm
bill cannot get through the House
on final passage, and the House
managers in the conference com
mittee will not bring in another
report which includes this sec
tion. In his report, discussing the
subject of dry farming, Secreta
"It is probable in certain sec
tions where dry farming is feasi
ble that residence upon the land
itself will not possible because of
the absence of portable water.
It may be necessary and wise to
permit the cultivators of such
areas to live in communities some
miles distant from the farms and
base final proof upon the cultiva
tion and actual residence in the
Senator Smoot will unquestion
ably sei.j upon the Secretary's
report and use it as an argument
for tho retention of the non-resident
clause, which proved fatal
last Winter. If Senator Smoot
persists in this attitude, it is
thought he will kill the whole
measure. The Utah Senator is
noted for his stubborness, and
ndvocates of the 320-acre bill are
much concerned for fear Smoot
will refuse to compromise. The
cause of dry-farming would have
been in much better position to
receive Congressional encourage
ment had Secretary Garfield
omitted the paragraph just quot
ed from his report, is the gener
The Oregon Journal on Dec 31
issued an annual edition in which
it gives statistical information
concerning Oregon and its re
sources. Among other things it
says of Ilarnoy county's climate:
"At Happy Valley.in the South
eastern part of the state, the
season is but slightly longer.
This aptly named district also
shows a record which is about the
average for that part of the state
less generously sprinkled by the
rain clouds, Happy Valley's rain
fall being 1G.7 inches annually.
This section, by the way, is one
of the most productive of all Or
egon." And of tho livestock interests
of which Ilarnoy county contri
butes a large share, it says:
"Not less than $10,000,000 is
brought into Oregon annually
through the salo beyond her bor
ders of livestock raised here.
There are 1,000,000 head of cat
tlo in tho stato, valued at $25,
000,000, and thoy bring to tho
cattlemen something like $5,000
por year. .Sheep return as much
exclusive of tho sale of wool,
whilo hogs, horses and goats add'
a few million more.
Stomach I rouble Cured.
If you havo any trouble with
your stomach, you should Uiko
Chamborlain's Stomach and liver
tablets. Mr. J. P. Kioto of Edi-
na, Mo., says; l nave used a
great many different medicines
fir stomach trouble, but find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv
er Tablets moro beneficial than
any other remedy I over used."
For sale by till good dealers.
Fevor sores and old chronic
sores should not bo healed entire
ly, but should bo kept in healthy
condition. This can bo dono by
applying Chamberlain's Salve.
This salvo has no superior for
this purpose. It is also most ex
cellent for chapped hands, soro
nipples, burns and diseases of
tho skin. For salo by all good
Notice in lioruby given tlintliunl
iiK iiikI fllmolini; upon I'm uncloued
IiiihIh nf tlm Ainorlciiii Lund fe Live
Stort (Jo In htrlotly forbidden.
Anv .t-oi, iiithhiim fnnm! hunt-
ingor UcrpiiHMiiK will In ptoHi'Ctlted
to tlm full oxli'iil of the liuv.
M2. H. Hill,
Ittiv A J Invin will prtuicli ut
Harney tlm '2ml undiiy of ouch
month ut llu. in. nnd 7.30 p. in.
Bnbliuth hoIiooI ovnry pnlibutli rit 2
Tho llurnuy biimlny noliool meet?
ill i! o'olock i'iiuI) SiHiilny nnd n
corillnl Inviliition in tixtmxlcd to till
who can iitlonil to incut with u
At tho ProHiiytoriiin church
liuriiH, Kov. A.. I. Irwin piiHtnr.
Duvitio Porvic'H tho third nnd fourth
SiindayH of onch iiionthnt 11 u. m.,
mid 7:30 p in. f abba tli Hohool al
10 n in. ovory Sabbath morning.
Tlie Lone Star
Clilim (u-orgu, 1'iopriutor.
Cor. Mntn anil 11 Street.
IVlBOLiS AT AUb HOURS
Bakery in connection
A Specially nf Short Orders.
Tallin fiirniflli-il with ovorythinp
tho market all nd Your patron
25,000 New Words
No v Garcttocr of tho World
1 t con am rUurus.
c 1. 1 iilnirtlin names of oior 10,000 uutul
k ot ,ttn i of lilrlti, death, etc.
Li lidl. iiitiiCuHimliwUiuuruf IMucutloiu
2300 Quarto Pages
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Needed in Every Home
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llltl ex. IC'Winu.U.Uont
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Ha LulQ Ldltion tv;.k',tl', In. rTtntwt fmm
t itl tcnli ' 1, w r, SHn Itlful llnjln
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You Mud Sieep!
It r"torM ilrcnictli to limla mul tJ. Onlr
that poor llnfortunati, rctllnir ftlal tan!njr t
nlstlit knows tlm liorrll'la toitut o.' iInpIu
m! do you II in tod nliiliU i.rlns Into
d urX ni. fairlnir that you will co ru 17
I Slwi IrHnncM U cnual by An 1 i Clironlc
Alt' holuin, IK llrluri Ti cmciifl. 1 1 i c,wla anil
Hbm.4i h 1 rouMwi. ilvn uim ! toleco,
Jviilii Jl'u i r l nnd 1 owcl Trouble,
IK iHin-ii, I liw n ni, l'ain, Nt-uralxls.
Hi- 1 1 lii A ' 1. ti voik. Mental Strain,
Hail N rvouallalill, Nervoue Exntrmnt,Me
lanchulla, Uystoila, talluuc. Neuroathinla,
hiicrmtorrlioia, Bt. Vitus Ilanco or Chorea,
lllixiil I'olson, BUIn Illieiuiea. various forms of
Mnlo ami l'cmalo Troubles. In fait.tlnro aro
inunjr moru conditio! h t4tuslnir It.
II IS IMPOSMUlC TO OVEHESTIMATE
THE NECEC3I1Y OF SLECP. FOR
L0NQ CONIIHUEO SLEEPLESSNESS
I IS LIKELY TO PI'OOUCC INSANITY.
1 CT TirTDTlUT? uKe, r.eaeifui.refreshlrur
OL.l-.l-.ril' i 1 i j, bulli'.nir sleep, and
woBuaranloo Ihiit It It Ireofrom and does not
rrntuln nny Oiildum, Woridilne, Cocaine or
It It iruaiantoo I under tlio TJ. S. Van PooJ
ami llruus Ait. J uno il i. 1WI. Su l.d ho. 1481)4.
In orJtr ll.ut oii may try It. wo will send
1 atrial iwcliuiiotonny aulTrrcr. dendlnff name
und sdiliesi, ur w will "n' i nwular slso
Iil.m i .i ij ol, I. ol SJ tonU ,04.tasi pre-
The Sleeping Co.
lloservo Ti ueHlldt; , CI.EVr.i jiND, O,
i h 4 a &
PS $ ksflNi
3 AM AND CANY SLEEP
List your property with the Inland i
Empire Realty Co. if you desire a quick sale or trade
Brown's Satisfactory Store.
., You certainly are interested
in the largest and most com
plete Stock of New Fall and
Winter Goods carried in the
We are showing everything
new, no exceptions and to buy
early at our place means a
better selection. Ladies cloaks
and waists Direct Importation
iV. BROWN &
The Harney Valley Brewing Co.
Pure SSodL "Water
Family Trade Soncitcd-"-Free Delivery
T. E. JENKiNSafifclnnaeer
THE CAPITAL SALOON,
TUISUH fe DONKOAN, Proprietor
Bums, - - Oregon.
Wines. Liquorsand Cigars.
Billiard and Peel Tables.
Club Rooms in ConnecfHn
i 1.4.-J ET
Prlco List &
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juu uu iwytLii bu:u
3 AS CSV
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The OVERLAND HOI dL '"
Bums, Oregon .
Afford the Best Accommodations 1
to be hud in Harney County
CLEAN ROOMS, i.l. ' i 'fiHEN, PnbTBBLE VICTllflUS
The pntronngr of all ue ,'s untk 'e old muii ,,'ieiit
t !ri. ily syljuited.
253a,tes -&&x 3.3,37-, $1,25
H nder-on Elliott, Propt.
CumeNenr Chokini; to Dratli.
A littlo boy, son of Chris. D j
Peterson, 'Ja wcllknc w n resident
of the villiatro'; of Jncksonvillo,
Iowa, had tCsuddcn and violent
'attack of croup. 1 i ch thick '
stringy phlegm earn up utter
giving Cliaiiibultiiii''- CVitvrh TV
medy. "I Uiinl; Ik M I .
chol'ft! (o - .'Mi I . ' J ii . 1 -en
him '! r im.u.. I1 ai
by all goi.d d. u'.r .
Job printing-Tho Timwicdd
W. T. Lester
M. i. l WIS
Will be glad lo furnish
To nnjonc desiring
See his ilandsonis
DON'T.BUY A GUN
until youumvo soon our New
Doublo Barrel Models uttcil
with Slovens Comprcjjed ForgecT
Tlio moJo ot constructing llioso
Biincrb Trap nnil Fiolil Quai Is
fully sot fortli In our Now Sliot
gun ramplilct. Sond two-cent
.stamp lor it. if
T AV 7ur DtIr
v for SttTtn 1
Deml-Cloc Gum. .
Insist on our tnni
ARMS & TOOL Cl
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